Get the new Nikon 1 J5 camcorder and want to try the experience of
importing 1 J5 4K videos to Avid Media Composer for editing? Here are coming to the right place! If you have some issues related incompatible formats when importing 1 J5 4K videos to Avid MC, we
can offer you solutions to smoothly get rid of it.
According to the new report coming from Nikon Rumors, the next version of Nikon’s 1 J
mirrorless line, the J5, will be capable of recording 4K video. If this is true, it would make the often overlooked mirrorless camera Nikon’s first body capable of recording 4K video. The rumors
are also claiming that the Nikon 1 J5 camera will feature NFC connectivity which presumably will allow it to pair with smart phones, tablets, or other devices to send and share photos/videos
Many Nikon 1 J5 users have encountered incompatibility and importing issues. Following is one of the cases found in Nikon forum online: “I'm trying to use the 4K videos from my Nikon 1 J5 in Avid Media Composer, but it won't support H.264 MOV files. Any suggestions for a usable converter that can help me import Nikon 1 J5 4K videos to Avid MC for editing?”
If for some reasons you cannot use Nikon 1 J5 4K videos in Avid Media Composer smoothly, what solutions should we take? Fortunately this story had a happy ending once I found a simple method for converting Nikon 1 J5 4K videos to Avid DNxHD MOV format for editing in Avid Media Composer with a powerful third party program- Pavtube Video Converter for Mac, which will help you to convert Nikon 1 J5 recorded 4K videos to Avid MC native supported format with little quality drops. If you are running on Windows, you can refer to the equivalent version Pavtube Video Converter.
How to import Nikon 1 J5 4K videos to Avid MC for editing? (Steps are the same
for different video converter versions. Take Video Converter for Mac as an example.)
Step 1: Install and run it as the best Mac Video Converter. Click the “Add video” button to load Nikon 1 J5 4K videos. “Add from Folder” and put your 4K videos into it by drag and drop are both OK.
Step 2: Select “Avid DNxHD (*.mov)” as output video format compatible with Avid Media
Composer. Click the drop-down list in the format line to get the format box. Then choose “Avid Media Composer>>Avid DNxHD (*.mov)” as output format.
Step 3: Adjust the output video’s parameters as you want. Click “Settings” button and
you can change the size, the bit rate for getting the perfect effects. If needed, edit function is absolutely necessary in adjustment. Just click the pencil-like icon. You can cut the whole video
into several pieces according to your preference. Equally, you can combine pieces of videos into an integrated one. What’s more? Anywhere you don’t want can be removed. Turn bottom to top or left
to right are both realizable. Functions like text watermarks, image and video watermarks, effect, audio editor, subtitle and etc. are all included. Why not make a comparison between original
preview and output preview? I believe that you’ll be surprised after seeing the attractive effects made by our video converter.
Step 4: Click the “Convert” button to start converting Nikon 1 J5 4K videos to DNxHD
MOV format. After conversion, you can edit 4K videos from Nikon 1 J5 in Avid Media Composer smoothly.
Conclusion: After the conversion is done, launch Avid Media Composer and do the edit work.
For more operation information about Avid Media Composer, you can refer to: Import media to Avid- Managing your videos, projects, and media onto Avid Media Composer on Mac. Don’t
wait. Just follow the steps above and enjoy your editing!
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